The Bj Reviewer: Bitchin’ Bikes in Sanlitun from THE drive-thru/Trouble Bar:
Essential reviews, recommendations, and teaching information for Beijing, China
Now, this is the type of reviewer, blogger, a true business entrepreneur needs. Someone that steps in and supports which benefits both parties!
LIKE I DID BACK IN THE DAY WITH MY BAND FRIENDS BY PAYING AT THE DOOR!
Not the scum the likes of The Beijinger will hire! Which are now a bunch of Chinese whores all looking for that sucker foreigner for whose countries benefits they can escape too.
Don’t believe me?
Then find out yourself by checking The Beijinger on Instagram! Since they are suckers of satans cock, they’ll run that check-in through there statistics and sum it up as a positive view. The games they play themselves to say,
“Yeah! Someone reads our shit!”
and call it an algorithm to everyone on the team! Love that pointless word. It’s like.. the new replacement for faith for the brain-dead nerd generation because they lack any real hard evidence!
Obviously, you can feel the pure hate I have for the millennial-minded 50-year-old man who runs it!
But not this man!
LET ME SHOW MY SUPPORT! LET ME BUY THAT BIKE I ASSEMBLED FROM YE!!
With that all being said, now don’t get me wrong. There are exceptions.
Here’s what they had to say. (unedited)
Bitchin’ Bikes in Sanlitun from THE drive-thru/Trouble Bar
*THE drive-thru is now Trouble Bar located at China View, 2 Gongti Donglu, Chaoyang district
85900390. They still build bikes, stock helmets, bags, and other bike gear, and sell beer.
Beer, bikes and herbs (the kind you cook with). This combination makes for quite a unique store. That’s what Brick and Cici were thinking when they opened THE drive-thru in Sanlitun SOHO. Now, I have been known to frequent THE drive-thru as a beer patron however for the past couple of weeks Brick has been working on a special bicycle project for me.
Over the past year, the bike paths in Beijing have seemed to transform from a slow path of old, rusty bicycles with broken brakes to a motorway of bright colored bikes with no brakes. While the fixed gear trend probably isn’t for me, I did decide to ditch my store-bought bike for something a little more bitchin’.
Enter Brick at THE drive-thru. I paid Brick a visit and we discussed components, sizes, styles, colors and cost. We set a budget and then his creativity and ability to track down parts went to work. The result: a sick bike constructed mostly of carbon fiber and a thrilled customer (see photos). I should also note that Brick will work with most any budget and idea that the customer has. THE drive-thru also stocks bike gear like Bern helmets, Crumpler messenger bags and soon they will have Scullcandy headphones and Abus bike locks.
Thank you, Chad Buck Sir!